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  1. Hey everyone, does anybody know, if i can use this usb-wifi as a third radio for my Nano? => https://www.amazon.de/AVM-FRITZ-WLAN-Stick-Mbit/dp/B000X27VAW
  2. Hi, My first post and unfortunatly it's about a problem that I got. Device -> MK5, 1.0.4, Infusions [WifiMgr,Status,Site_Survey]. No ethernet cable connected I'm trying to connect the MK5 to a Linksys WRT54G router that has open security (for test purpose at the moment). I issued the "rm /etc/config/wireless && wifi detect > /etc/config/wireless && reboot" command to make sure the radio's aren't swapped. Then after the reboot, I go to the network tile, client mode, dropdown to my Linksys router, click on Connect to this network. It states, connecting, please wait. And Connection Information shows. Not connected. So no connection.... But, when I SSH to the MK5 and manual do 'iwconfig wlan1 essid linksys && ifconfig wlan1 up && udhcpc -i wlan1' The MK5 get's an IP from the Linksys and Internet is working on the MK5 :-) But still of course, it's not sharing internet to wlan0. Any clue what's going wrong with the client mode ? /etc/config/wireless directly after the 'wifi detect..' /etc/config/wireless after the 'Client Mode' connection failed : Anybody any clue ? Thanks, Smokey
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